I. London Snapshots

Oct 31st- Nov 5th

There’s just something about London that makes you want to visit it again and again.  This was my third trip but surely not the last, because no matter how many times you visit, there is always something new to discover. It is a city full of quirks, colours, history,  and life, that embraces you and makes you feel at home. I think Autumn is the best time to visit, because the parks are resplendent in a sea of gold, red and orange, making for some of the most memorable seasonal walks. Tree-lined walkways turn into golden tunnels, and the city skyline looks like it is surrounded by fiery red flames of foliage.

I thought I’d take you on a walk around the city by sharing with you some pictures out of the hundreds that I took! I have already posted about the London bookshops that I visited during this trip, if you want to check it out here. I hope you enjoy it! x

> Hotel: The Duke Room & Bar, 45, Harrowby Street, Marble Arch

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> This view from my window:

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> A visit to the House of Commons during John Bercow’s final day as Speaker.

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> Royal Parade Ground [Horse Guard Parade]

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> Evening walks on Westminster Bridge, Millennium Bridge on Southbank side, on to St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower of London and London Bridge.

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5 thoughts on “I. London Snapshots

  1. Hello Wow! Thanks a lot for that quick overview of the city of London which really helps as I contemplate on making a visit as an investor who quite admire and respect the country and its people for their accomplishments throughout history that had forged the very foundations and influenced cultures til this day. Definitely an item in my bucket list.

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